Guests left early…

posted 3 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
Member
559 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

 

@smetivier26:  I’m going to be honest,90 degrees is hot. Cool drinks and shades help but I know I’d be a sweaty mess. Now,you did tell everyone about the venue and you couldn’t help ole mother nature pulled a trick on you but I see how some people would be uncomfortable enough to leave.

I do think it was rude for people not paying attention to the father/daughter and first dance. They’re supposed to be there for you!

 I don’t really know about the guest book except that maybe the guests didn’t know what the cards were and threw them out/left them in the car,etc.

Of course the most important thing is that you had an amazing time and married your hunny:) it doesn’t mean you had a crappy wedding and I would try to not to let the fact that some people left early effect your relationship.

Post # 4
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2546 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I don’t think that many people were simply rude. Clearly something happened that didn’t make it comfortable. Either the fans weren’t enough, or the Dj wasn’t as good as you think, or something going on with the food? 

Post # 5
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4819 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

90 degrees would kill me. OK, not literally, but I would be incredibly uncomfortable and would have left after the “festivities” (ie cake, and dance). As for the cards and stuff- who knows but it  does happen to some bees. 

I second the “not-so-good-DJ”. I knew a bride once who when asked if there was DJ suggestions, she said her’s was great! But several guests at said wedding were vocal about disliking the DJ (amoungst ourselves not the bride) so it happens where YOU think your DJ is the best, but fact was guests didn’t feel the same.

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